*NOTE – as of Aug 16, 2016, the trails are temporarily CLOSED due to a HIGH risk of Forest Fire. Please do not ride on the trails until further notice. At this time, riding on the gravel roads/Forest Service Roads is acceptable, but please keep off the trails and use extreme caution, even on the gravel roads. Smoking and Fires are also currently BANNED, due to the high risk. We’ll update when the forest fire risk has been lowered and the trails are open again.
The Blue Mountain Motorcycle Club is a registered non-profit society mandated with stewardship of the off-road trails on Blue Mountain, in Maple Ridge, British Columbia. We promote safe, responsible, and sustainable use of this trail system to negate environmental impact and ensure the riding area remains open for future generations of off-road motorcycle enthusiasts.
The trail system was formed in the 1970’s, and is one of British Columbia’s premier riding areas. While many of the trails along the base of the mountain can be enjoyed by most riders, trails at higher elevations are much more challenging, requiring greater technical ability, fitness, and intestinal fortitude.
Our members invest thousands of man hours collectively each year to maintain the 100+ kilometer trail system. We keep a running dialog with local government, property owners, the British Columbia Off-Road Motorcycle Association (BCORMA), and BC Forestry Services. We are funded by member donations, fundraising, and event revenue. Our events are a great way to get to know the trails, meet fellow riders, make new friends, and hone your craft. Speaking of events, our signature ride is The Route Of All Evil Fun Ride that takes place each spring.
Additionally, we typically meet on the first Thursday of every month to discuss club business, appropriate funds to various projects, and plan trail system maintenance. Login to our forums to check for news updates. We encourage all Blue Mountain riders to register with the Blue Mountain Motorcycle Club, and be proactive about your sport and favourite riding area.
Keep the rubber side down!